e-Newsletter
February 22, 2018
Contents:
  • Foreseeing tech's effect
  • Needed: more host chairs
  • Enter the Tiny Desk Contest
  • Two giveaways

 

All TECH Considered Series: 'Artists and Criminals'
illustration of man facing tall computer servers
On NPR's blog All Tech Considered, reporter Laura Sydell is taking a look at how artists and criminals use high-tech devices and software to disrupt the reality that the inventors envisioned. Her reports show that because artists and criminals don't bother to follow established rules, what they can imagine -- and do -- can reveal how emerging technologies will actually change the world. This five-part series airs on the newsmagazines through the weekend and ending on Monday, Feb. 26.

Part 1

Additional Hosts Join NPR Newsmagazines
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Ailsa (left) and Noel
You've heard them filling in as hosts over the past few months, but now it's official: NPR is adding two host voices to its weekday newsmagazines beginning March 1. Ailsa Chang will host All Things Considered along with Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly, and Ari Shapiro. And Noel King will join David Greene, Steve Inskeep, and Rachel Martin in hosting Morning Edition. Both Ailsa and Noel will continue their enterprise reporting and co-hosting for Planet Money in their expanded roles.

Invisibilia Is Back for Season 4 in March
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Alix, Hanna and Lulu (l-r)
Invisibilia explores the unseen forces that shape human behavior -- things like ideas, beliefs, assumptions and emotions -- interweaving narrative storytelling with scientific research that will ultimately make you see your own life differently. The limited-run series is co-hosted by a trio of NPR's award-winning journalists, Alix Spiegel, Lulu Miller and Hanna Rosin, who have roots at This American Life, Radiolab and The Atlantic. The new season debuts in March -- stay tuned for dates and times.

Invisibilia archive

2018 Tiny Desk Contest Opens for Submissions
For the fourth year, NPR Music is once again asking bands and musicians across the country to record themselves performing one song at a desk of their choice. The Tiny Desk Contest is open for submissions until March 25. Sponsored by Lagunitas Brewing Company, the contest is open to musicians or bands without a recording contract -- the winner will play NPR's famous Tiny Desk in Washington, D.C., before embarking on a U.S. tour. Get all the details at this link:

Tiny Desk Contest

Ticket Giveaway ~ Contemporary Dance Oklahoma at OU
dancers
Contemporary Dance Oklahoma explores the creative range of modern dance, featuring choreography by Austin Hartel, Roxanne Lyst, David Hochoy and Jean-Guillaume Weis. We have tickets to the Saturday, March 10 performance at Rupel J. Jones Fine Arts Center on the OU campus; enter our drawing for your chance to win a pair of tickets.

Enter drawing

Ticket Giveaway ~ Staatskapelle Weimar at Armstrong Auditorium
orchestra
Founded in Weimar, Germany in 1491, the Staatskapelle Weimar is one of the oldest orchestras in the world. On its first-ever North American tour, the orchestra will showcase Brahms's Tragic Overture, his violin concerto and his cherished Symphony No. 1 at Armstrong Auditorium in Edmond on March 15. We've got tickets to give away in a random drawing.

Enter our drawing

Congratulations to our winners!
In our last issue we gave away tickets to Dublin Irish Dance at Armstrong Auditorium to our winners Patty and Rebecca. And we gave away tickets to Cirque Éloize tonight at OCCC to winners David, Micah and Becky. Enjoy the show!

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